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  • Burbank family has a new lease on life and meals

    Burbank family has a new lease on life and meals
    Soon after Douglas Villalta found out he'd snagged an apartment in Burbank's new affordable housing project, he bought a set of woven straw place mats. His family of four, with its newest addition just 8 months old, would finally have the space to sit...
  • Burbank YMCA joins Guinness World Record for largest swimming lesson

    Burbank YMCA joins Guinness World Record for largest swimming lesson
    About 35,000 swimmers — including 25 from Burbank — dipped into more than 700 pools around the world on Tuesday, breaking the previous Guinness World Record set for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson ever conducted, according to the...
  • Bob Hope Airport adds Surf Air

    Bob Hope Airport adds Surf Air
    Bob Hope Airport has added another commuter airline to its roster, and this one is bringing a new business model — a monthly fee of more than $1,600 for passengers. Surf Air began offering eight daily flights to San Carlos Airport in San Mateo...
  • Mandatory bus fare considered for seniors, disabled service

    City officials are considering imposing a mandatory fare for the city's senior and disabled bus service, just as other transportation programs are being phased out to free up money to sustain the popular program. Officials currently collect 50-cent...
  • Residents concerned about traffic from Whole Foods, apartment project

    Burbank residents on Monday shared parking and traffic concerns with developers of the luxury apartment complex and Whole Foods market proposed for Burbank’s media district. The 241-unit project — slated for 3401 W. Olive Ave. and dubbed...
  • Burbank man's disappearance remains a mystery

    Burbank man's disappearance remains a mystery
    It’s been a month since 24-year-old Gevork Boyadzhyan was last seen in Burbank. His family members don’t know where he is and are desperate for answers, and have not given up hope that he will one day return home. Boyadzhyan left his Burbank...
  • Balanced budget approved for Bob Hope Airport

    Balanced budget approved for Bob Hope Airport
    Burbank Bob Hope Airport commissioners approved a budget this week that managed to hold airline landing fees steady despite the airfield's continued struggles with declining passenger counts. The spending plan includes funding for a new transportation...
  • Burbank taps top executive of Fresno to be new city manager

    After a six-month search, the City Council on Tuesday reached an agreement with the current city manager of Fresno, Mark Scott, to fill Burbank's top post, officials announced. In his current job, Scott oversees a staff of 3,100 municipal employees...
  • Burbank Animal Shelter to provide free collars, ID tags

    Burbank Animal Shelter to provide free collars, ID tags
    Dogs and cats lucky enough to get adopted out of the Burbank Animal Shelter will not only get a new home, but their own collars and identification tags. The new duds will come after the shelter uses a $6,500 grant from the American Society for the...
  • Screenland Drive sidewalk battle heats up again

    Screenland Drive sidewalk battle heats up again
    The debate over installing sidewalks in front of homes near Luther Burbank Middle School has heated up again, with school officials fighting for the sidewalks and most neighbors adamantly against them. More than two years ago, the Burbank City Council...
  • Housing help for vets in the works

    The City Council on Tuesday unanimously signed off on plans to acquire an 11-unit residential complex to provide affordable transitional housing to homeless veterans. The cost to acquire and rehabilitate the property, and relocate its current tenants, is...
  • Lincoln Park toys can stay for now

    Lincoln Park toys can stay for now
    The riding toys at Burbank's Lincoln Park aren't going anywhere just yet. The City Council on Tuesday asked officials to hold off on plans to remove the growing collection of used toys — which were scheduled for removal Wednesday — from...